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Altera_Forum
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hi every one,i recently buy a DE0-Nano and i want to use it in my final proyect at University..And i have a cuestion about the board.. how much acceleration (G force) supports the board?? I don't find this anywhere and i really need this info! if anyone know where is this info please tell me!!! 

 

 

see you and thanks
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Altera_Forum
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If you think about it, you'll realize, that a FPGA devolopment most likely won't be designed to withstand a particular acceleration or have a respective specification. But the board is small with good mounting capabilities. I guess, at least 100 g shouldn't be a problem. The connected cables will need additional locking means in this case. You'll know, that the acceleration sensor has a +/- 16 g range.

Altera_Forum
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I want to test it at 450g that way i'm asking for this specific acceleration becouse is really extreme... and i dont want to do it until i by sure..but i have to do it in the next weeks:(.. so if anyone have try something like this please post it!! 

 

 

thank you all
Altera_Forum
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The DevKit isn't expensive. You should just try, I think.

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